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Ghacks Deals: The Ultimate 2020 White Hat Hacker Certification Bundle (97% off)

The Ultimate 2020 White Hat Hacker Certification Bundle includes ten eLearning courses in total. The bundle comes with prep courses for security certification exams and courses that teach you certain skils. It […]

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Windows 10 version 2004: no 32-bit versions on new PCs anymore

Microsoft plans to release the new feature update for the company's Windows 10 operating system, Windows 10 version 2004, in May 2020. OEMs have received the new version ahead of time to […]

PS Hash is a freeware and portable hashing tool for Windows

PS Hash is a freeware and portable hashing tool for Windows

PS Hash is a new file hashing tool from Pazera Software. Let's dive right in to see what it's capable of. PS Hash is a portable application. Extract the 32-bit or 64-bit […]

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Google Chrome is getting Tab Groups soon

Tabbed browsing has not changed all that much ever since browsers made an evolutionary leap from displaying a single site per browser window to separating sites in tabs in a single browser […]

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Opera 58 for Android out with automatic notification blocking

Opera Software released Opera 58 for Android with automatic notification blocking, improved speed dial actions and form improvements today to the public. The browser may not show up yet on Google Play […]

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Google Play Music is dead - YouTube Music Transfer tool released

Google announced the release of a new transfer tool to move the Google Play Music library to YouTube Music on Tuesday. Google Play Music customers may use the online tool to transfer […]

Echosync is a freeware folder synchronization software for Windows

Echosync is a freeware folder synchronization software for Windows

It's always a good idea to backup your important data to other drives or locations so that you may restore the data in case something bad happens. Manually backing up folders can […]

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Microsoft Windows Security Updates May 2020 overview

Welcome to the overview for Microsoft's May 2020 Patch Day; Microsoft released security updates and non-security updates for all supported versions of Windows -- both client and server versions -- on May […]

Ghacks Deals: Babbel Language Learning: Lifetime Subscription (All Languages) (60% off)

Note: the deal is for US customers only. Babbel is a popular language learning service; you can now get a lifetime subscription to the service to learn the following 14 languages: Spanish […]

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How to enable quiet notification requests in the new Microsoft Edge browser

Users of the Chromium-based Microsoft Edge web browser will soon be able to tame web notifications even better than before. Microsoft plans to introduce a feature in the stable version of the […]

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Print.Test.Page.OK is an alternative Test Page print program for Windows

Print.Test.Page.OK is a tiny program for Microsoft Windows devices that provides alternate means to print test pages on the system. Test page printing is usually done to verify that printers are set […]

How to import saves from DraStic to DeSmuME

How to import saves from DraStic to DeSmuME and vice-versa

DraStic is hands down the best Nintendo DS emulator for Android devices. It's a premium application that I've been using for years. Did you know that saves that you make in-game using […]

RapydMark is a portable benchmark tool for Windows

RapydMark is a portable benchmark tool for Windows

Stress testing your computer can be a good way to check its performance under heavy load. RapydMark is benchmark tool for Windows that can help you test your PC's hardware. The program […]

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Thunderspy: find out whether your device is vulnerable to (local) Thunderbolt security issues

Security researcher Bj√∂rn Ruytenberg published a security analysis of the Thunderbolt protocol on April 17, 2020 entitled "Breaking Thunderbolt Protocol Security: Vulnerability Report". He discovered several security vulnerabilities in the Thunderbolt protocol […]

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This is Firefox's upcoming process manager (about:processes)

Mozilla is working on integrating a process manager into the organization's Firefox web browser. A preview of the upcoming process manager is now available in recent Firefox Nightly development builds; reason enough […]

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Superpaper is an advanced wallpaper app for Windows and Linux with unique features

Superpaper is an open source cross-platform program for managing wallpapers on Windows and Linux devices (Mac untested) that supports several unique features. One of the main features of the application is the […]

Capture screenshots or videos and share them with ScreenRec

Capture screenshots or videos and share them with ScreenRec

ScreenRec is a free screenshot tool that can also be used to capture videos. Intrigued by the fact that it has a private sharing feature, I decided to give it a spin. […]

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Windows Defender configuration tool ConfigureDefender 3.0.0.0 released

The Windows Defender configuration tool ConfigureDefender has been updated to version 3.0.0.0 this week. Windows Defender is the default security solution on Windows systems. It is enabled by default but will turn […]